Commercial Water Damage
Commercial restoration experts know water damage is a frequent cause of anxiety and inconvenience for business owners in Anchorage. Unfortunately, many business owners do not know what steps to take to defend their commercial property against the challenges fostered by water damage. Many of these owners aren't certain who to call once the water damage has occurred. We suggest SERVPRO of Anchorage. Luckily, there is a wide range of effective measures that you can implement to lessen the possibility of commercial water damage. Following are some suggestions for awareness and preparation to prevent or mitigate commercial water damage to your business.
Assessing Your Risks
One of the best ways to decrease your susceptibility to water damage is to assess your company's risks. In many cases, commercial properties are more susceptible to stubstantive water loss than their residential counterparts. The fact that most businesses and office buildings are closed during the evening and nighttime hours allows for a leak to persist undetected for an extended time. If this unwanted water intrusion is a burst pipe or other structural failure, the result can be far more severe.
Although every commercial property will be at least somewhat different, most of them have a water heater, toilet, and working sink. In some cases, you may have specialty equipment and appliances that are plumbed to the water. Commercial water damage potential is much greater in food processing plants due to the substructure required for large water usage. Many other factory type settings are typically in the same position. Additionally, your property may be at increased risk of flooding due to storms or melting snow.
SERVPRO of Anchorage can respond immediately to your commercial water damage in Anchorage, Eagle River, Palmer and surrounding areas, regardless of the size or scope of damage. Call us at 907-688-3001.